The Wei Wai Kum Nation uses Indigenous practices of eco-cultural restoration.
The Guardian Watchmen, a group of Wei Wai Kum First Nations citizens, use traditional methods to protect Vancouver Island's fragile ecosystems.
Based on Lopez Island, artist and environmentalist Raven Skyriver breathes endangered Salish Sea animals into fragile glass.
Lifelike creations celebrate endangered PNW marine animals.
As climate change reveals the importance of urban trees, residents in a Tacoma neighborhood with sparse canopy coverage are breaking ground themselves.
These community centers, powered by green energy, provide resources during extreme weather and double as gathering spaces during calmer times.
The final stretch of North Spokane Corridor construction reopens old wounds in East Central — and sparks a pilot program to address historical damage.
Coastal gardens once saw harvests that rivaled today's commercial fisheries without exploiting the land. Some Native communities are now reviving the tradition.
More than 1,000 Washington residents have received live-saving air conditioning units as the region warms.
Salmon in the Pacific Northwest have been on the decline. Two advocates tell how breaching the dams along the river could restore the population.
Policymakers and homeowners are scrambling to manage so-called 'wildland-urban interface' to mitigate the threat.
Some residents are experiencing a new kind of distress in response to flooding, air pollution and other ecological events linked to climate change.
Dr. Lyda Harris studies how microplastics affect our waters and creatures.
New research out of UW suggests historic, racist lending practices still affect inequitable exposure to hazardous pollution today.
Rosa Hunter uses indigenous knowledge to inform her work identifying toxic shellfish.